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    We need a new plan for global warming

    January 30, 2023 - Leah Daniels


      Electric cars do not have a beneficial effect on global warming.

      Batteries are not good energy storage devices.

      Hydrogen is the most abundant element on earth. It is an earth-friendly fuel and can be stored.

      The Thorium Molten Salt Reactor is the only beneficial way to create energy with regard to cost, availability of fuel. Reusing old spent radioactive material, it can be built anywhere, and it is very, very safe.

      Solar farms and wind generators are not good solutions to diminish global warming. They have more negative properties than positive attributes except, possibly, creating hydrogen through electrolysis.

      We should not be listening to any flavor of politician. Listen to engineers and scientists, and not opinions!

      Global warming is real. The earth has maintained a constant average temperature for the past 10,000 years, which has made the planet friendly for humans. This is changing in many negative ways.

      We need a new plan that includes our present energy, transportation, and other resources until we have the correct methodology in sharp focus.

      Time is running out.

      John Sworm



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